Goldman Sees April Rate Cut as South Korean Bonds Extend GainsBy
`Never sell a Korean treasury bond,' ING's Tim Condon says
Won heads for best month in seven years as dollar retreats
South Korean government bonds extended gains as Goldman Sachs Group Inc said changes in the central bank’s monetary policy board will likely spur further easing.
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